New Year, New Music!

It’s winter, which means it’s the perfect time for a new music project!  Check out our favorite new tunes to download now at Harp Column Music! What’s your winter project? Let us know in the comments!

Favorite New Solos

The Lark

Intermediate pedal harp
Michail Glinka’s “The Lark” was originally composed for piano and voice. Angela Klöhn has adapted the beautiful melody for solo harp. The delicate right hand melody rings out over the moving arpeggios in the left accompaniment creating a beautiful, ethereal sound!



Advanced pedal harp
What harpist doesn’t love playing the gorgeous “Berceuse” movement from Igor Stravinksy’s Firebird Suite? Well now you can play it as a harp solo using Michele Pinet’s arrangement! (Warning: pedal workout ahead!) It makes for a stunning solo harp piece for a recital!

Lonely Shepherd

Intermediate pedal harp
If you’re a fan of composer Gary Schocker, you’ll want to check out this reissued solo composed by his father Paul Schocker. A haunting melody unfolds through this simple, flowing piece, which is dedicated to harp legend Mildred Dilling.

Paul Schocker

Lonely Shepherd


Honey’s Celtic Harp Book

Advanced beginner lever harp
We’re over the moon that Therese Honey’s collection of 20 traditional Celtic tunes is now available at Harp Column Music! One of the first compilations of its kind, it remains one of the best!

Favorite New Ensembles

Siete Canciones Populares Españolas

Advanced pedal harp, flute, and viola
Are you a fan of Manuel De Falla’s “Seven Popular Spanish Songs?” Are you looking for new harp, flute, and viola repertoire? Your search is over! Skilled arranger Maurice Draughn’s version is a winner, and can also be performed by harp and flute, or harp and viola only.

Morning Mood

Advanced pedal harp, flute, cello, and bass
Need to round out a chamber music program? Michael Künstle’s new arrangement of Edvard Grieg’s “Morning Mood” from the Peer Gynt Suite preserves the orchestral richness and feeling of the original.

Sleepers Awake

Intermediate lever and pedal harps and other instruments
Ellen Tepper’s flexible arrangement of Bach’s gorgeous melody from the Chorale Cantata BWV 140 can be used in a variety of ways. Mix a lever or pedal harp duo or trio, or add a violin, cello, or other instrument.

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